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Choose from 58 pictures in our Wounds collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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War Wounds Slowly Mending - repairs to towns in France

Restoring the devastated towns of Northern France. Montage of sketches by Helen McKie showing the careful rebuilding and restoration of towns in France devastated during the First World War. 1 - centre image - Workmen on one of the old houses in the Grand Place at Arras. Many of the picturesque houses of the 16th century were partially destroyed and great care was taken to preserve them as close to the original. 2. The new Lens. The whole countryside a mass of new houses - everywhere the work of rapid reconstruction in progress though the marks of war are still seen in the form of disused huts, ruins, unused shells and barbed wire. 3. Planting new trees along the road where nothing but the dead stumps of old ones remains. 4. In one of the old sleeping huts converted into an estaminet for workmen. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Honor Dorothy Leigh by Madame Yevonde

Honor Dorothy Leigh (1892-1982) by Madame Yevonde. She was the only daughter of John Blundell Leigh. She had just become engaged to Lieutenant the Hon. Gerard Sturt of the Coldstream Guards, eldest son and heir of Lord Alington. However they did not marry, and Sturt died in November 1918 from wounds received in action during the First World War. Instead she married Major General Merton Beckwith-Smith in March 1918. Date: 1915

© Yevonde Portrait Archive/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

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A portrait of John Cornwell (8th January 1900- 2nd June 1916

John Travers Cornwell, Boy Seaman First Class on H.M.S Chester. H.M.S Chester was on the front lines at the Battle of Jutland and came under fire from four Kaiserliche Marine cruisers. John was the sole survivor of all the gun turret positions and remained at his position, though severely wounded, until the battle ended. He died in hospital of his wounds and was awarded a Victoria Cross posthumously in honour of his bravery and determination.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans